New European Bauhaus Prizes

The New European Bauhaus has the ambition to make the Green Deal a cultural, human-centred and positive, tangible experience. Everyone should be able to feel, see and experience the green and digital transformation and the way it enhances our quality of life. 

To accelerate the green transition, contribute to the recovery and ensure a better living together for all, we have to capitalise on the existing wealth of knowledge, experience and capacities as much as to call for new visions, ideas and solutions. The New European Bauhaus Prizes will encourage that.

The 2021 edition of the Prizes will contribute to the design phase of the initiative. 

More information HERE.

YTAA 2020 exhibition stops in Belgrade, Serbia.

From May 12 until June 10, 2021, visit the exhibition of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 now on display at University of Belgrade – Faculty of Architecture.

There are 3 versions of the exhibition regarding the Europe and the Asia
edition: the first version contains the winner, finalist and shortlisted projects of the Europe edition; the second version showcases the winner, finalist and shortlisted projects of the Asia edition; the third one shows together the winner and the finalist projects of both the Europe and Asia editions

This version of the expo contains the winning and the finalist projects of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 and the Asia Edition of Young Talent Architecture Award 2020.

Read more if you want to host the exhibition of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020, HERE.

Architecture for the Future: Landscapes of Care

🔴 Day 1: 12.05.2021, 17:00h CEST


The architecture of chronic illness, cultivated ecologies and climate care are the key discussions on which people from different European places have worked on to improve our urban environment and will share their experiences.

17:00h “An architecture of chronic illness”
Screening of ‘On being and bathing’ by Anna Ulrikke Andersen
Anna Ulrikke Andersen, Oslo: “An architecture of chronic illness”, Future Architecture Platform participant
Rosa Clotet, Llongueras-Clotet arquitectes: Transformation Sant Joan de Déu Barcelona Children’s Hospital
Benedetta Tagliabue – Miralles Tagliabue EMBT: Kalida Sant Pau

Moderation: Anna Ramos, directora Fundació Mies van der Rohe

18:00h “Cultivated ecologies”
Sarantis Georgiou, Thessaloniki: “Cultivated ecologies”, Future Architecture Platform
Álvaro Alcázar Del Águila, Roser Garcia Llidó, Eduard Llargués i Asensio and Sergio Sangalli Borrego, OASI team, winners of the Young Talent Architecture Award 2020 and Future Architecture Platform participants

Moderation: Anna Sala, curatorial development Fundació Mies van der Rohe

19:00h “Climate care”
Rosario Talevi, Soft Agency, Berlin: “Climate Care”, Future Architecture Platform participant
Cristina Gamboa, Lacol | arquitectura cooperativa
Ethel Baraona Pohl and César Reyes Nájera, dpr Barcelona

Collaborators: Future Architecture Platform (co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union); dpr barcelona

🔴 Day 2: 14.05.2021, 18:00h CEST


As a continuation of the debates Architecture for the Future – Landscapes for Care, this second session will feature the screening of “Two Houses” as a collateral event of the BARQ Festival, accompanied by a debate with Verena von Beckerath and Jens Franke with the colloquium “Domestic architecture, common heritage and speculations on the habitat of the future”.

Those present at the Barcelona Pavilion will enjoy the screening of “Two Houses”. Those joing on YouTube will be able to enjoy the videos “Casa Luz”, “Navez 5”, “Kleiburg” and “Grand Parc Bordeaux”. Following this, Verena von Beckerath and Jens Franke will present the aims of the documentary and the related topics. This second part will be open to everybody via the YouTube channel of Fundació Mies vand er Rohe, starting at 18:40 (CEST).

The documentary “Two Houses” participated in the Creative Exchange of the Future Architecture Platform and its screening and debate are part of this international event co-funded by the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.